Recent Activities from Members of the Global Preclinical Data Forum
Save the Date for the Opening of Submissions for the 2022 Best Negative Data Prize in Preclinical Neuroscience
Get your negative data ready! Submissions for the 2022 Best Negative Data Prize in Preclinical Neuroscience will begin being accepted on May 1st, 2021.
The submission site will accept submissions through April 30th, 2022, giving you plenty of time to prepare your competitive submission.
Training Workshop: How to Make Preclinical Research More Robust
In January 2021, several members of the Global Preclinical Data Forum held a series of training seminars in conjunction with members of EQIPD (European Quality in Preclinical Data) project, called “How to Make Preclinical Research Robust”. This training series was part of a new collaboration between EQIPD and the IMI-PainCare consortium.
Thomas Steckler, Martien Kas, & Malcolm Macloed to participate in the Predictive Model Systems (PREMOS) cluster of the European Brain Research Area (EBRA)
Members Thomas Steckler, Martien Kas and Malcolm Macloed have been asked to take part in the PREMOS cluster working group. The primary objective of PREMOS is to enhance the alignment of EU disease model development resources and preclinical research expertise with clinical and brain research community needs across academia and industry. Read more about this work here.
New publication from member Martin Michel
Read GPDF member Martin Michel’s new publication on the fickleness of p values and how it can be demonstrated to trainees using a newly developed tool.